Entertainment 'Borat 2' viewers want Tutar's Maria Bakalova to get an Oscar
Sacha Baron Cohen explains the "hardest thing" he had to do while filming for Borat 2
"You can't have a moment out of character."Considering the first film saw Cohen's Borat mingling with some potentially dangerous characters and trying to provoke a reaction out of them, we imagine that the filming for Subsequent Moviefilm (we're not writing the whole title every time) involved a few hairy moments.
Viewers think Maria Bakalova deserves a spot in the Oscars nomination list following her convincing performance in "Borat 2" or "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan."
The 24-year-old Bulgarian actress certainly impressed viewers with her performance as Borat's 15-year old daughter Tutar. She managed to look the part and even had politicians fall for her prank.
Bakalova, who according to Metro UK only graduated from film school in 2019, tricked Donald Trump's lawyer Rudolph Giuliani into an interview about COVID-19. He really believed at first that their interview was real. She even managed to invite him for drinks at a hotel room and put him in a compromising position.
Worker ensures giant Borat is covered up as he floats down Thames
A giant inflatable Borat has been sent down the River Thames to promote the comedy film's new sequel. The 40ft float has been used to mark the release of Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.The 40ft float of Sacha Baron Cohen's character has been used to mark the release of Borat Subsequent Moviefilm on Amazon Prime.
The former mayor of New York was caught on camera lying down in bed with his hand inside his trousers while a surprised Tutar stood before him. Borat barged inside the room and yelled that his daughter is too young for him. Giuliani later clarified that he did not behave inappropriately during the interview and that he merely tucked in his shirt after he removed the recording eqipment.
Bakalova then found a way to get inside the highly-guarded White House. In deleted scenes from "Borat 2," she shook hands with Donald Trump Jr. and stood a few feet from U.S. President Donald Trump.
Viewers thought she stole the show and not Sacha Baron Cohen, who reprised his titular character. She was bold, fearless, and the perfect sidekick for the comedian. Fans believe she deserves a place as an Oscar nominee.
Body camera video shows encounter between George cops and Borat
The newly released body camera footage from the Lilburn Police Department in Georgia shows officers' encounter with Sacha Baron Cohen as Kazakh journalist Borat Sagdiyev on January 27.The hilarious encounter took place back in January on Main Street in the Atlanta suburb of Lilburn and was captured on a police body camera video.
"Put Maria Bakalova in the Oscar race. To have dared to do the stuff she does for this movie, all while never breaking character for a second, is an incredible achievement," one fan tweeted adding that she was the "perfect double act" for Cohen.
"It's been established that SBC is a champion prankster with his characters. But Maria Bakalova came out of nowhere with the same ballsiness that SBC has been doing for years. Look I know it'll never happen but give #MariaBakalova a friggen oscar," another wrote.
Viewers noted that Bakalova was committed to her character in "Borat 2" and called her a "scene-stealer." They called her performance Oscar-worthy.
Kazakh American Association ask for 'Borat 2' to be disqualified from awards season .
Watch: Borat Subsequent Moviefilm trailer The Kazakh American Association has petitioned the BAFTAs, the Oscars, the Golden Globes and the DGA Awards to exclude the Borat sequel from consideration from this year's awards. In a second salvo agains Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, the non-profit organisation representing Kazakhstani people in the US has said that the film should be disqualified over its racist depiction of their home country. It hasThe Kazakh American Association has petitioned the BAFTAs, the Oscars, the Golden Globes and the DGA Awards to exclude the Borat sequel from consideration from this year's awards.